EORA is not just a clock. It is a portrait, a friend, an affectionate buddy. Designed as a painting, its frame in ash wood envelops a warm hearted cork which narrates about the secular art of the decortication in the Montado woods. With its clock hands made by popsicle sticks, EORA does not just measure time: it connects the tradition of the past to the dreams of the future.
This EORA version is customizable.
EORA has been designed to be modular. Its minimal design embraces every style of your space: a minimal living room, a fancy bedroom, a modern office or a classical restaurant.
The background can be easily removed to allow EORA to show its inner soul: an heart of solid ash wood.
You can switch EORA's design according to your feelings, or the season!
What do you think about some moody, warm cork in the wintertime and a fresh white ash wood during the summer? :)
EORA is a precious item for Kibelis because it fully enshrines the brand's philosophy.
Omar Delfo Mascia has always been fascinated by the texture of cork, a natural material typical of his homeland, that encloses both the concepts of sustainability and Made in Italy.
Inspired by a painting, he designed a wooden frame around the cork to highlight its texture.
Wood and cork fit together with no glues: this way disassemblability make them easily customizable and recyclable.
Finally, he designed long and thin wooden hands. Then, while making a prototype in his house, he thought "What do I have here I could use?". Ice cream sticks was the answer! The clock's appearance was stunning and he realised "Why should I consume new wood if there are so many ice cream sticks to be reused out there?"
Therefore, in order to create materials from wastes, he designed a box to place in the bars where people can recycle the sticks.